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10 Radio Disney Hits You Might Have Forgotten That Will Really Hit You With Some Nostalgia

In no particular order.

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10 Radio Disney Hits You Might Have Forgotten That Will Really Hit You With Some Nostalgia
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In a fit of nostalgia this past summer, I put together a seventy-six song Radio Disney throwback playlist. It's the perfect set list for a car concert, shower jam sesh, or kick-ass karaoke night. Here are my top ten favorite Disney hits to help you get started on your very own playlist. Happy listening!

1. "Pop Princess" by The Click Five

Do you remember this song from the original Hannah Montana CD?

2. "Outside Looking In" by Jordan Pruitt

From my personal favorite DCOM, Read It and Weep (2006).

3. "Wake Up" by Hilary Duff

This music video is worth re-watching just for Hilary Duff's hair and make-up changes alone.

4. "Sneakernight" by Vanessa Hudgens 

The first song I ever bought on iTunes! One of my faves.

5. "Complicated" by Avril Lavigne 

You're never too old to scream this song in the car.

6. "If We Were a Movie" by Hannah Montana 

Bonus points if you listen to the 2009 re-make with Corbin Bleu.

7. "He Said She Said" by Ashley Tisdale 

The scandal! Ahead of its time.

8. "Leavin'" by Jesse McCartney 

Feels like 2008. So good, so right.

9. "So Yesterday" by Hilary Duff 

Another Hillary Duff song, but I couldn't leave it off the list. Haven't you heard that I'm gonna be okay?

10. "Like Woah" by Aly & AJ

Lyric game unmatched. Aly and AJ are the original cool girls.

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